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Erigeron  asperugineus (D.C.Eaton) A.Gray  trib. Astereae 
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FamilyASTERACEAE
Genus species var.Erigeron  asperugineus (D.C.Eaton) A.Gray  trib. Astereae
SynonymsAster asperugineus D.C.Eaton (basionym)
 Erigeron elkoensis A.Nelson & J.F.Macbr.
 Erigeron inconspicuus MacMill.
Territory Northwestern U.S.A.Southwestern U.S.A.IdahoMontanaNevada
rocks and scree
Altitude2100-3300m
Description taproot thin, leaves densely adpressed pubescent, basal leaves oblanceolate to orbiculate, petiolate, capitula 1-2, crateriform, ligules 10-25, 5-10mm long
Size5-20cm
Colordark blue, violet
Bloomsummer
Ca
Typetuft, fl. stem decumbent
Cultivationrock crevices with favourable water regime, eastern slopes
alpine house, poor, drained soil, shading in summer
Propagationseed in spring, barely covered, germ. 1 month, 16-21°C
cuttings in spring and late summer
BibliographyFlora of North America www.eFloras.org
Compositae Checklist compositae.landcareresearch.co.nz
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